I was wondering the same thing, in an idle moment, and I would think, as we are now aware how to keep the blood-brain barrier up with vitamins, etc., that (logically) we would not again be allowing cpn into our brains, so the MS aspect 'should' be moot.
That, of course, assumes we manage to kill all the cpn currently residing inside our brains. No guarantee of that, since just one could blossom into a full-scale problem again. Like Sarah, I think I will be doing this treatment, albeit intermittently, for the rest of my life.
The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi